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2007-06-15 TI to use high-k dielectrics for 45nm node
TI this week entered the high-k dielectrics arena, announcing plans to integrate this material for its high-performance chips at the 45nm node.
2008-10-22 TI seeks to dispose portion of mobile baseband unit
TI is in negotiations with undisclosed potential buyers of its merchant baseband IC business, but would continue to support some of its custom baseband customers.
2007-10-01 TI secures e-passport market with FRAM-based chips
Texas Instruments will embark on the secure government ID market with products built around ferroelectric RAM and MCU technologies.
2007-05-22 TI bares details of new 'hybrid' fab strategy
Moving to remain competitive in what has become a brave new world of IC manufacturing, TI had disclosed details of its revised 'hybrid' fab strategy.
2007-01-05 Three companies face complaint for Bluetooth patent infringement
Nokia, Samsung Electronics and Panasonic are facing complaints filed by the Washington Research Foundation regarding the use of a Bluetooth technology without paying royalties to the institute.
2006-11-07 Technology firms eyeing Vietnam
China may be the name on everyone's lips when it comes to the preeminent Asian market and production base, but a growing number of major technology firms are taking notice of a new contender to the throneVietnam.
2007-07-31 Tech extending Opteron systems' memory footprint underway
AMD is working with IC makers to develop a technology that's expected to extend the total memory footprint in future Opteron processor-based systems.
2016-01-26 TDK teams up with Qualcomm to form $3B RF joint venture
RF360 Holdings will acquire the filter and module design and manufacturing assets, plus related patents, owned by TDK, with certain assets being acquired directly by Qualcomm affiliates.
2011-06-02 Taiwan's chip industry set to be world's largest in 2011
Taiwan's IC market had a YoY growth of over 36 percent in 2010 and is seen to surpass Japan's market this year, becoming the worlds largest IC market.
2015-11-25 Taiwan mulls lifting ban on Chinese investment
Chinese investments in other parts of the semiconductor ecosystem, such as test and assembly are allowed, but chip design and manufacturing are given protection as the jewel in Taiwan's economy.
2004-12-30 Taiwan memory maker files to build wafer fab in China
Taiwan's largest memory maker, Powerchip Semiconductor Corp., said it is ready to seek approval from the Taiwanese government to build an 8-inch wafer fab in China.
2004-07-23 Taiwan influence over China IC industry growing
Taiwan's influence over the direction of China's nascent semiconductor is increasingly extending to design services as Taiwan leverages it deep pockets and ability to deliver production-ready chips, according to a study.
2015-04-14 Taiwan fabs ready water delivery as drought worsens
Taiwan's rainfall from October through March is the lowest since 1947. The Water Resource Agency is forecasting a high likelihood of drier weather in the next three months.
2014-06-06 Synopsys joins in ST-Samsung FD-SOI collaboration
The extension of the collaboration facilitates the provision of Synopsys' Galaxy design flow for ST's 28nm FD-SOI technology, the adoption of which is expected to be accelerated.
2002-11-25 Suppliers to add security features to wireless comm chips
Infineon Technologies AG has made a strategic decision to put security features into its wireless-modem chips.
2002-10-11 Storage processor speeds Fibre Channel RAID controllers
Two dozen silicon engineers have formally launched Aristos Logic Corp., a storage processor spin-off of Western Digital Corp.
2004-06-15 Stop approving 'unnecessary' specs, Philips exec pleads
A Philips Semiconductor executive told the Wireless Connectivity Conference here on Thursday (June 10, 2004) to hold the line on new wireless standards.
2011-04-06 STMicro proves viability of smart power technology
STMicro has created a demonstrator chip for ultrasound scanners that confirms the viability of the advanced version of its smart power technology.
2011-02-22 STMicro develops processor for health data, payment card
With iChip, STMicroelectronics is embedding mobile server technology on a chip card to enable a secure environment for storing health information of individuals and their family members.
2006-03-16 Startup aims to sharpen handset photos
Sozotec collaborates with Nvidia and wireless service providers on image-quality enhancements for cellphone cameras and other mobile and handheld devices.
2010-12-15 Standards for hybrid homes step forward
Several companies are working on a draft standard to help unify fragmented wireless and wired home networks, including Atheros, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Intel, Marvell, Toshiba and others.
2011-06-28 ST-Ericsson's cost savings affect 500 jobs
Aimed at improving its financial position, ST-Ericsson's cost savings plan involves cutting annualized costs by $120 million by end-2012 and a workforce review affecting some 500 employees worldwide.
2011-01-28 ST-Ericsson posts bigger losses
ST-Ericsson saw its net loss rise to $177 million in 4Q 2010. It also expects weaker sales in 1Q 2011 due to the decline of legacy products and the effect of first quarter seasonality.
2003-01-10 ST ships 100M MPEG-2 chips, eyes DVD
When General Motors subsidiary Hughes Electronics Corp. set out to pioneer a satellite-based digital TV service as an alternative to cable eight years ago, the onus of providing silicon came to STMicroelectronics.
2008-05-02 ST invites Russia's Sitronics into Crolles2
Russia's Sitronics JSC is invited to join the Crolles2 technology alliance, Jean-Marc Chaumont, a VP at STMicroelectronics, told the Russian press.
2004-03-26 ST combines set-top ICs into single package
STMicroelectronics unveiled two low-cost, set-top box chips: one for digital terrestrial and another for digital cable STBs.
2014-04-21 SSD demand triggers a tidal wave of growth for SanDisk
The flash storage devices vendor reported a 13 per cent year-over-year revenue increase at $1.51 billion for the first quarter. The numbers were only 1.3 per cent above analyst projections, but 71 per cent higher than the same period last year at $1.44 per share.
2006-02-24 South Korean firm offers T-DMB system-in-package
Integrant Technologies said it has developed a package-level decoder chipset that operates to Korea's mobile TV broadcasting standard called DMB.
2008-03-07 South Korea seeks WTO arbitration in duties row with Japan
South Korea is seeking WTO arbitration in its duties row over memory chips with Japan, according to a report from Reuters.
2008-06-10 South Korea fines Intel $25M on anti-trust probe
The South Korea Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has fined Intel Corp. $25 million dollars for abusing its dominant market position, according to an Agence France Presse report.
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